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Censored impressive

Regally bred Censored, trained by Tony & Calvin McEvoy, indicated he might be a stayer of the future with an impressive win at Bendigo on Sunday, December 15.

A well backed $2.30 favourite, Censored, ridden by Luke Currie, came from well back in the field to score a three-quarter length win of the Adroit Insurance Services Maiden (1600m) beating Vallarius ($4.40) with Flying Mr Davis ($13), two lengths away third.

An imposing four-year-old by All Too Hard, the gelding came from gate one and found himself last on settling down before improving along the fence to be midfield in the run.

Currie came wide past the 600 metre mark and in the home straight allowed Censored to balance up and wear down the leaders to score impressively.

Trainer Tony McEvoy is hoping Censored might have a staying future and said the win showed the class of Luke Currie.

“Barrier one was awkward for this fellow today,” McEvoy said.

“Luke just took his time and got him to the outside and gave the horse the opportunity.

“He’s out of an Oaks winner this fellow and we are yet to get him out to his right trip and I’m looking forward to doing that.

“He’s a nice horse.

“A mile and a half is what I want to get him to and I’m hoping I can get him there this time.

“He’s 612kgs, he’s a big boy, but I’m hoping I can get him out over distance.

Winning jockey Luke Currie said it was always going to be awkward from barrier one.

“I had to let him find his feet,” Currie said.

“He probably travelled better in the run than he has previously.

“I was able to get onto the right horse’s back getting to the corner.

“I came out with a bit of room and he was too good for them.

“He is a grinding type of horse so I wanted to be out and going as soon as I could chasing them, and he was too good.”